Goldhouse remixes MOBS track 'Big World'
Chicago based DJ, producer, singer, and songwriter Goldhouse has remixed the newest single “Big World” from the Australia’s emerging quartet MOBS.
Originally taking inspiration from the iconic 80s film Honey I Shrunk The Kids, Goldhouse has imbued “Big World” with a new lease of life infusing it with all of the energy we expect from his unstoppable electro-poop rhythms. Transforming what was a pop-punk track into a euphoric and dazzling dancefloor filler.
Bassist Scott MacDougall on why they teamed up with Goldhouse:
“We were in lockdown with COVID and decided to bring a different energy to a collective favourite song off the album, which is when Goldhouse entered the picture. We loved the work he did for Billie Eilish’s ‘Ocean Eyes’ and thought that Goldhouse’s producing talent could bring a different groove to the work we did on that song. This upbeat rework got us dancing in a differen t way to ‘Big World’ and we hope it has the same effect on you.”
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